I don’t talk about fragrances much. Reason? Preferences. This is such an individual thing that I can’t tell you how good something smells or tastes. It depends solely on your individual preference! Furthermore, how difficult is it to describe something so intangible? I can’t say it smells square, or it sprays gel… -.-” So here, I will only able to share with you how I feel about this fragrance and you just have to go test it out yourself to see if we have the same taste.
What can I say? When it comes to serums, I do love my whitening products. I depend on my Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair serum for hydration and cell repair so whitening is extra. I already used up my Diorsnow one, with lovely results and my expectation on Kiehl’s is either to match or do even better. Probably unfair on Kiehl’s but hey, expectations are unique and based on the individual, so here is my review.
Is it the craze now, or is it just me? Maybe brands just feel left out if their cosmetics are not infused with skincare goodness. For Revlon, its Grow Luscious range started with mascaras. Like the other high end and drugstore mascaras I’ve reviewed before, Grow Luscious products are infused with lash care serum that promises to nourish and support healthy lashes. However, I am not talking about mascaras today. It is a pencil liner. The first pencil liner that has lash care properties (well, those that I’ve tried anyway).
Let’s get straight to the point but firstly, we limit our topic today with this: Social Networks = Facebook and Twitter (mainly because I don’t quite get the rest). For many international beauty brands, you will see that there are many different accounts, all set up and managed locally in different countries. However, for high end luxury brands like Dior and Chanel, I only see them maintaining one. One for Facebook, one for Twitter. How do you feel about this trend? Do you think it works? Do you feel more closely connected with your favourite brand?
I usually get all annoyed when I see some pretty limited edition palettes that I won’t be able to buy anymore. I had these photos taken a long time ago, but I didn’t feature it because I thought they were already sold out. Then, I saw this at different Sasa stores, so yay! It’s safe for me to show you the colours!